When mum Kim Beard, 23, unwrapped a Christmas gift of a cute talking Minnie Mouse toy for her three-month-old baby daughter, Roxy-June, she did not expect it to blurt out the f-word.
Kim's sister Kayleigh had bought the talking plush toy for Roxy as a first Christmas present, but the foul mouthed rodent left the family in shock.
Instead of saying "One is the heart on my dress and two is my hand for hugging you" when her foot is pressed, mouthy Minnie instead says her hand is for "*expletive* you".
Kim says her sister bought the sweary soft toy from a store in Cwmbran called Home Bargains, but did not know when as she had been shopping for Christmas gifts throughout the year.
Joe Morris, a director from the company said they no longer had stock of the toy, and that he had not been able to identify it due to Miss Beard not having the original packaging or remembering when the product was bought.
Mum-of-two Kim, who also has a two-year-old son, Logan-Rhys, told her local newspaper, the South Wales Argus, she thought it was funny at first, but was then shocked by Minnie's language:
"At first I just laughed about it but then I was mortified. I have a sense of humour but it is different when there are kids involved."
Kim says she has not made a formal complaint yet, but is trying to get in touch with Disney to find out how the incident occurred.
A Disney spokesperson said they were 'concerned' to hear about the defect, saying they "set the very highest standards for the quality of Disney-branded products."
Would you be outraged if one of your kids' toys uttered a swear word? Or would you laugh it off?